Three major highways meet in the heart of historic downtown Wrightsville, incorporated in 1866. A friendly, rural atmosphere prevails in Wrightsville/Johnson County, where you'll find a variety of things to do and places to see and explore. With newly paved sidewalks and tree plantings, historic downtown Wrightsville offers a variety of shops and restaurants as well as a walk back in time with its 100+ year old historic courthouse and store fronts. The many sportsmen and hunters that visit again and again are a testament to the wild game and fish that abound in the Johnson County's woodlands. Come explore downtown and the many historic places of interest in Johnson County.
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Wrightsville, GA 31096
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478-864-7000Take a self-guided driving tour of twenty-two historic courthouses in East-Central Georgia, all listed on the Natiional Register of Historic Places. Brochures available... Find Out More
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